Khanom pia wai phrajan refers to a Chinese pastry found in Bangkok's China Town.

It is a version of the familiar flaky Chinese pastry called Khanom pia that never changes its basic form. This pastry has a filling which is either durian paste or pureed kidney beans with crisp candied pumpkin.

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